HackCulture - spring 2017 projects

 
HackCulture is a pilot program funded by the University Library to engage humanities students in hackathon-style events. Over the course of a month, students worked in interdisciplinary teams in order to skill-share and develop a project that is the culmination of multiple academic perspectives.

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  • Cheng, Yuan; Ke, Deyuan (2017)

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  • Illini Go 
    Franco, Sandra, M; Singh, Ravijot; Pan, Yiting; George, Daniel (2017-05-04)
    Illini Go is a mobile based virtual tour guide designed for students to explore and contribute to our university’s 150 years of myths, legends, and historical facts.

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  • Arensdorf, Matthew; Chen, Emily; McCarthy, Mark (2017-04-27)
    We introduce a website that overlays the accessibility floor plans of 100+ university buildings onto Google Maps, allowing students with disabilities to dynamically navigate around campus and view the available accessibility ...

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